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42 minutes ago (via metalunderground.com)
The Finnish melodic metal titans Sonata Arctica will unleash new studio album "The Ninth Hour" on October 7th through Nuclear Blast. Today, the band releases a music video for the brand-new song "Life." The clip was directed by Ville Juurikkala and is available below. You can pre-order "The Ninth Hour" through Nuclear Blast here."The Nint... Read More/Discuss

42 minutes ago (via metalunderground.com)
Melbourne's deathcore 6-piece Gravemind today announces the release of brand new single "The Death of Teyolia" - a caustic, ripping track that tells the story of Teyolia, an Aztec woman torn from the arms of her lover by enemy tribesmen. Gravemind created a lyric video for the track which tells the crux of the story, set to be fleshed out even f... Read More/Discuss on Metal Under

42 minutes ago (via metalunderground.com)
Devilment will release new album "Devilment II: The Mephisto Waltzes" on November 18th via Nuclear Blast Entertainment. Today, the band reveals a first track from the album, entitled "Under The Thunder." Frontman Dani Filth recounts the meaning of the song: "A forced hand. A warning. A call to arms. Retribution undertaken by a wronged nation dou... Read More/Discuss on M

42 minutes ago (via metalunderground.com)
A Sound Of Thunder will release new album "Who Do You Think We Are?" on Friday, December 16th. This all-covers album will include 13 classic tracks plus 2 exclusive bonus tracks only available via Kickstarter. The album also features a guest appearance by classic Rainbow keyboardist Tony Carey. The initial $12,000 crowd funding goal was reach... Read More/Discuss on Metal Underground.

42 minutes ago (via metalunderground.com)
Poland's crushing death metal tank Vader is set to unleash another sonic attack entitled "The Empire" on November 4th through Nuclear Blast. Today, a warning shot is fired in the form of the first track-by-track commentary trailer. Below you can find out what Piotr "Peter" Wiwczarek has to say about "Tempest," "Prayer To The God Of War," and "Iron

1 hour ago (via feedproxy.google.com)
Just as the rest of the world has had a bit of an up-and-down relationship with Morrissey, Morrissey has had a bit of an up-and-down relationship with the Ramones. Forty years ago, a 17-year-old “Steve” Morrissey was not a fan, writing in the July 23, 1976 issue of Melody Maker magazine that “The Ramones are […]

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Stanley Dural, the famed Louisiana accordionist better known as Buckwheat Zydeco, has died of lung cancer Reuters reports. According to a statement from his manager, “He died at 1:32 AM Louisiana time, keeping musician’s hours right to the bitter end.” He was 68. Born in 1947 in Lafayette, Louisiana, Buckwheat was interested in music from […]

1 hour ago (via bravewords.com)
British folk metal innovators Skyclad have just posted a 30 second "studio teaser" on their official Facebook page. The clip was recorded yesterday and shows Dave Pugh recording guitars for one of the songs for the new album. Skyclad's long-awaited comeback album will be released via their new deal...

2 hours ago (via spin.com)
Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder and Coldplay's Chris Martin teamed up for a three-song set at yesterday's Global Citizen Festival, the annual event in New York City's Central Park that promotes efforts to end extreme poverty. The two frontmen played Pearl Jam's "Nothingman," Crowded House’s "Don’t Dream It's Over," and Patti Smith’s "People Have The Power." Later, with…

2 hours ago (via spin.com)
Bon Iver's Justin Vernon, who usually seems like a pretty affable guy, got a little feisty complaining about corporate money in music during a recent interview with the Guardian: Like, I’d prefer Beyoncé didn’t do a Pepsi tour. Do not take two million dollars from Pepsi and be a role model for young girls. Do not do that.




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